Immigration Law

If you or a loved one is seeking to enter the United States for work, school, or another reason whether to stay permanently and become a citizen, or for a temporary visit, then you will benefit from the legal advice of an immigration lawyer from our firm.


If you have received a Notice to Appear before an immigration judge, you should brace for the
possibility of deportation/removal. You can have a hold put on your case even if you have
committed no crimes. Authorities may believe you have:

-Overstayed the terms of your non-immigrant visa
-Broken other immigration laws
-Entered the U.S. without documentation
-Misled authorities in a non-immigrant or permanent resident application


The pathway to a legal status may be long and scary. At NoVa, we work with you to make sure that your paperwork is in order. We help you gather necessary documents, help with filling out the forms accurately, and submit your application in compliance with all USCIS requirements.


Status reinstatement
• Naturalization
• Political Asylum & Refugee Applications

• Marriage and Naturalization Interviews
• I-601 and I-212 waivers
• Waiver under section 212(c)
• Employment Authorization
• I-246 – Stay of Removal Application and Interview with ICE
• I-131 – Advance Parole and humanitarian parole request
• Deferred action – DACA and TPS

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101 Cedar Lane

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Teaneck, NJ, 07666


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We serve the following localities: New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, and Connecticut.

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